I am my Beloved 

This series of paintings focuses on Jewish Weddings and explores the community and individual sense of excitement, celebration, and joy.

Type of Exhibition: Art

August 2-September 4, 2023 

Opening Reception: Thursday August 3, 7-9pm 

 

“Ani l’dodi, v’dodi li – I am my beloved and my beloved is mine” a quote from the “Song of Songs” uttered by the Bride to the Groom under the Chuppah, pledging the couples love for each other & binding their souls together.  

This series of paintings focuses on Jewish Weddings and explore the community and individual sense of excitement, celebration, and joy. And the power of love in the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  

Through the extensive use of bold, vivid colours, whimsical & imaginative characters, Martin creates a dream like celebration of the evolution of Love & the celebration of Life.   

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST 

Martin Hirschberg is an established Toronto born artist, who has been part of the Toronto arts community since the early 1960’s. He has had multiple one-man shows, exhibitions, & major commissions. He has works in the permanent collections of numerous galleries and his environmental sculpture “for the birds” was re-installed permanently outdoors on Gallery Stratford’s grounds in the spring of 2022.  

Martin continues to create art in both his Toronto & Georgian Bay Studios. He is surrounded by his Children & Grandchildren as he tries to celebrate the joy in the everyday after a few very challenging years and the recent loss of Marion his wife of 61 years & his biggest supporter.   

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date:

August 2, 2023

End Date:

September 4, 2023

M-F 6am-10pm
S-S 7am-7pm

Downtown Toronto

Miles Nadal JCC
750 Spadina Ave. (at Bloor)

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